We all know the famous equation of Einsteins E=mc^2, but is this equation true?
I took a deep look into it and realized that it cannot possibly be true, and I will tell you why. Look closely at what a 'c' is. If you attach an arrow to it, it is just a rotation by 270 degrees. If you rotate 'm' 270 degrees, it will be a backwards 'E.' If you do that twice, it become a 'w.' However, if you do it thrice, it will be an E. m->∃->w->E.
Thus, E=mc^3 not mc^2.
Thank you, thank you very much, no applause necessary. I'll just take my nobel prize and go.
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-The Anon Blogger